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? >> did you kill travis alexander? >> yes, i did. >> jodi arias speaks out. the 32-year-old charged with stabbing, slashing and shooting her one time boyfriend. what she says drove her to do it. >>> the voice hits like "you raise me up." earned him million of adoring fans. tonight pop superstar josh groban lets loose to talk about his life. >>> almost human. from monkies to pandas to owls. the animal kingdom as you've never seen it before. looking just like us. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline." >> good evening and thank you for joining us. tonight we begin with the twisted tale of love gone deadly wrong of today jodi arias, the young woman on trial for murder in phoenix, arizona, took the stand for a second day to try to convince a jury that when she stabbed, slashed and shot her one-time boyfriend, it was all in self-defense. but that wasn't always her story. she faces the possibility of the death penalty. abc has this report for the series, crime and punishment. >> did you kill travis alexander on june 4th, 2008? >> yes, i did. >> it is the level equivalent of a hail ma
doesn't deny killing her long-time lover, travis alexander. at least, she doesn't anymore. as you know, anderson, at first she denied she was even there on the scene. she talked a lot, anderson. she blamed the murder on two masked intruders, something like ninjas, a man and a woman. but now, anderson, she says she killed travis alexander, all right, but it was in self-defense. and even though she's fighting for her life on the stand, she has been smirking her way through nearly two weeks of direct and cross exam. >> nancy, have you ever seen testimony that has gone on for 12 days from a witness accused of murder? >> no, i haven't, because usually most defense attorneys follow conventional wisdom and they don't put their client on the stand. the thinking is it's better for the jury to suspect you're guilty and remain silent than speak and confirm their suspicions. >> this is a death penalty case, and i guess they're trying to appeal to any juror who -- they don't think they're going to get her off of this, but maybe they can at least avoid the death penalty. >> did you say appeal to the
it out of the way. this is part of this project. my main character is alexander. [inaudible] don't take it personal. my aim, i guess is to at the end of my novel that [inaudible] good mexican novelists. alexander looked at the mirror and saw a mexican stairing back at him. the bad mexican had paid alexander a visit much the conversation from last night's party brought him back in full force. why did he always have to open his big mouth. why tell people that don't care that he hated and despised? he actually might like the [inaudible] hated me english and spanish he could not understand how someone could say he was mexican having been born in the usa. he doesn't like going to mexican places. he does not like to discuss beer and shots of tequilla. he never listened to spanish radio stations. no more mexicans. who did not have a problem being objective with a mexican. [inaudible]. i should try to do something about this he thought this is not good. may be i should try, may be i should make an effort. may be i should drive to the mission and spend quality time with my own people. i'm sure i
details woven through the case which may be too explicit for younger viewers. >> travis alexander never had a chance. 27 stab wounds, a gunshot to the face. his throat slit ear to ear. when friends found his body, he had already been dead five days. >> he's -- he's dead. he's in his bedroom. in the shower. >> so there's blood. is it coming from his head? >> it's all over the place. >> has he been threatened by anyone recently? >> yes, he has. he has an ex-girlfriend who has been bothering him and following him and slashing tires and things like that. >> that ex-girlfriend is jodi arias, now on trial for murdering travis alexander back in 2008. she's facing the death penalty. this case has court watchers riveted. not only because of the sheer brutality of it but also because of the couple's salacious sexual relationship. they videotaped themselves having sex and took provocative photos. on the day of the murder, june 4th, 2008, the two snapped naked photos of each other at alexander's home, right before the killing. those pictures were recovered from the memory card of a digital camera p
and the parthenon frieze and the getty bronze behind me onto the person of one man-- alexander the great. what he's doing here is to appropriate the ideals of periclean athens and to show alexander as the logical successor of those young men who fought in the peloponnesian war for athens' greater glory and who tried to establish her empire further and wider. no individual had ever achieved so much in the history of mankind, at least as far as the greeks remembered it. no individual had incorporated within himself qualities which were so conspicuously heroic. so we have here an image that derives its authority from the past-- the human, the heroic, the divine-- but at the same time, looks very definitely towards the future. the future that alexander promised was an empire that would spread across 2 million square miles. greek towns and greek language and culture were established deep into asia, some as far from their source as india. alexander died when he was only 33, and his monumental project could not sustain itself. but the model of the greek state he exported of a civilized city in a barbari
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took these pictures of her ex-boyfriend travis alexander in the shower. >> i am taking pictures of him. weep were trying out different poses. it was a little weird the background wasn't that great, the water was okay. >> reporter: and second later, butchered the mormon businessman in the bathroom of his mesa home. she dropped alexander's camera. he flew into a rage. >> i was crouching, he lifted me up, screaming i was a stupid idiot the he body slammed me on the trial. >> reporter: she claims she ran into his closet and grabbed his gun. >> i ran out of the closet. he was chasing me. i turned around. we were in the middle of the bathroom. i pointed it at him with both hand. i thought that would stop him. he kept rung. i was pointing it at him. i didn't even know that i shot him. it just went off. >> reporter: remember on june 4, 2008, her 30-year-old former boyfriend wasn't just shot in the head he was stabbed 27 times including nine in the back. and his throat was slit nearly to the point of decapitation. >> there is a lot of that day i don't remember. there are a lot of gaps. >> repor
penalty if she's convicted in the 2008 stabbing and shooting murder of her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. arias has been on the stand for 11 days now. marathon testimony that has more lurid drama than any case we've heard in a long time. arias has changed her story several times. at first to police she denied even being in the same city on the day alexander was murdered, then she made up an elaborate story about two intruders who killed him and also tried to kill her. now her story is that she did indeed kill him but that it was in self-defense, he was abusive. today's cross-examination focused on the couple's sex life. we want to warn you the testimony is graphic, maybe too explicit for younger viewers. randi kaye reports. >> reporter: if travis alexander was so dangerous and so abusive to jodi arias, then why, prosecutors want to know, was she sending him text messages, calling him an amazing friend and telling him she loved him. >> you're still under oath. >> reporter: in court today she was questioned about one text sent in april 2008 just two months before arias supposedly killed al
she denied even being in the same city on the day alexander was murdered, then she made up an elaborate story about two intruders who killed him and also tried to kill her. now her story is that she did indeed kill him but that it was in self-defense, he was abusive. today's cross-examination focused on the couple's sex life. we want to warn you the testimony is graphic, maybe too explicit for younger viewers. randi kaye reports. >> reporter: if travis alexander was so dangerous and so abusive to jodi arias, then why, prosecutors want to know, was she sending him text messages, calling him an amazing friend and telling him she loved him. >> you're still under oath. >> reporter: in court today she was questioned about one text sent in april 2008 just two months before arias supposedly killed alexander in self-defense. >> well, you've been telling us before that he was mean. do you remember telling us that? >> yes, he was also that. >> and you've been telling us that, in addition to being mean, he was somebody that -- who physically abused you, right? >> yes, he did. >> that
. she took the stand, dpeveefendi herself. arias took naked photos with alexander moments before brutally killing him. she says he made her feel like a prostitute. randi kaye spoke to nancy grace who was in the courtroom this week. i have to warn uh-uh some of the detail here is pretty graphic. >> she is really playing to the jury, randi. she is really taking the affect of being meek, mild, demure. she tells the jury that through all of these sexual antics that she feels, quote, like a prostitute, quote, like a piece of used toilet paper. but yet she's the one that's egging it on, driving hundreds, sometimes up to 1,000 miles to be with travis alexander. >> i listened to some of that testimony. it is so graphic. it's being brought up by the defense. what are they going for here? what are they trying to do? >> this is what they're trying to do, randi. and i reject it. i don't know why the state is not objecting to it. but i do believe the state has a plan, because i have noticed the prosecutors -- lead prosecutor is basically clenching his teeth as he is listening to all of this b
. >>> stay tuned. "way too early" with guest host peter alexander starts right now. ♪ >>> here now is what the vatican is doing. you tell me if this is right or wrong. okay, take a look. >> pope benedict is stepping down. and the roman catholic church needs a new spiritual leader. could it be you? announcing mountain dew's pope to win contest. >> hey mom, i won. >> plus other great prizes. >> that explains a couple of things around this part. good morning to you. i'm peter alexander. this is "way too early." the show is officially looking at wintertime share of florida. a win ster storm warning over the middle part of the country ready to drop up to 10 inches of snow on kansas city for one, this is all moving east, it's possibly going to impact another 18 states. 30 million americans over these next few days. bill karins, our friend, keeping track of it all. >>> also, a new poll out this morning shows the president enjoying a pretty significant lead over the republicans in congress over many of the key issues of the day among them gun control, imdprags reform and the deficit. >>> but we wa
about one text sent in april 2008 just two months before arias supposedly killed alexander in self-defense. snoof well, you've been telling us before that he was mean. do you remember telling us that? >> yes, he was also that. >> and you've been telling us in addition to being mean he was somebody who physically bicabus you, is that right? >> yes. >> that doesn't seem to correspond. you've given us two versions. >> of what? >> of mr. alexander. >> and the prosecution continued. she gushed over alexander. >> he was a light and he had so many -- he brightened a room when he walked in. he literally brightened the room. it almost seems like the world is a darker place because he's not in it anymore. >> she was asked to explain. >> according to your experiment and statement he was great guy, right? >> yes. >> he was a great guy, it appears, to everybody who seemed to come in contact with him, right? >> yes, it appears. >> there's more. whoo if she was so disgusted after catching him masturbating to child porn did she continue to date him and have sex with him, that at times involved pop
more on the way tonight. >> the georgetown hoyas are shopping for another win. alexander has come back to washington and he wants to slow down the caps. i have the very latest. >> a story of a man who is making new things for people who use the metro. >> he created his own metro smart phone app. >> press a button and gets an easy answer, that would be a good thing. she checks the metro website and calls the number to check on bus schedules. >> i live in adams morgan. >> the d.c. resident says the phone application used to rely on stopped working. he tried others, he could not find a perfect match. this non-profit computer guy, musician at night, decided he would use his weekends to come up with his own application. >> i made my own and with all the features i thought i wanted. >> can inc. the district's black. >> it shows you where you are -- it incorporates the district's flag. >> it shows the direction of the bus. there is an update which allows users to save their favorite bus stops. >> we have had thousands of downloads. >> i cannot say that i use an app on the blackberry. >> it i
named arthur alexander. >> technology, you know. let's back up one. am i doing this or is it doing it itself? there we go. i want to read you a little bit about the freedom memorial. >> lincoln park located between 11th and 13th streets frequented often by beebee totting parents and frolicking dogs but it's hysterically significant for african-americans because of the statues that sit in the middle. freedom memorial the and the mary mcleod bethune a statue called let her work appraise her. the park itself is the first site to be named in honor of abraham lincoln after his assassination. with congress authorizing it to be called lincoln square and 1860's seven. it was a natural state. the part having hosted the union troops and a medical center called lincoln hospital during the civil war. the freedom memorial statue was one of the first to honor lincoln after his assassination by john wilkes booth and one of the things that makes the statute unique is that it was almost entirely paid for by freed slaves. after the president's death, a freed slave named charlotte scott approached he
alexander and stabbed him and slit his throat from ear to ear and she says all that was self-defense. prosecutors calderon eight jealous rage. and the time she tried to commit suicide because it stopped when she and how much it much have hurt the lover a when she jammed the knife into his chest over and over again. trace gallagher and there has been a late development. >>> this jodi arias claims that travis alexander physically assaulted her on four occasions and she broke her finger and choked her unconscious. the problem is prosecutors pointed out she has zero proof, no pictures, no police reports, no medical records at all, but she was keeping a journal at the time. on the day she claims sha he was hit in the face, she wrote this about travis alexander. listen. >> he is my best friend in the whole wide world is that what it says? >> whole world. >> best friend in the whole world. >> you are saying about about an individual that just hit you? >> right. >> that speaks against that, doesn't it. >> objection, argumentative. >> reporter: she says she didn't tell anybody about t
was there with but it was masked intruders who murdered alexander finally she spilled the beans and admitted she killed him. she claims he chased her around the house and attacked her. jodi tells the court she doesn't remember stabbing him over and over again. today the prosecutor went at the heart at the entire trial the defendant's credibility. >> did you lie to the detective. >> yes, sir. >> did you lie to him on two occasions? >> more than two, yes. >> well, i'm talking about two dates? >> yes. >> did you lie to him on two dates? >> yes. >> did you also lie to "48 hours"? >> yes. >> did you lie to people in utah. >> yes. >> did you lie to daniel. >> yes, everyone. >> so you lied to a lot of people but you are saying that just because you are sitting here in this courtroom there has been, for lack of a better term a conversion and you are now telling the truth, right? >> for lack of a better term, yes. >> shepard: after weeks of testimony and evidence the prosecutor finally working up to the night that travis alexander's life ended in a pool of blood. adam housley is live in our west coast newsroom with more
of her boyfriend travis alexander. before i play you the testimony, a little background for you from hln's christy paul to bring you up to speed. >> reporter: the prosecution laid out a timeline detailing how jody arias killed travis alexander. at 5:29 p.m. arias takes a picture of alexander alive in the shower. moments later she stabs him in the chest. prosecutors believe he was still alive and arias followed him down the hall to the bedroom where she slashed his throat. then dragged his body back to the bathroom, accidentally taking pictures all along the way. investigators believe once they were in the bathroom she shot him in the forehead. based on the location of the shell casing they believe that happened near the sink. and then his body was stuffed in the shower. >> those pictures may be grisly but they are critical. the accused is giving her side of those grisly pictures and her ex's grisly demise. >> did you kill travis alexander on june 4th, 2008? >> yes. i did. >> why? >> the simple answer is he attacked me. and i defended myself. >> jody arias is due back on the stand in a co
ex-boyfriend, travis alexander, back in 2008. it's a beyond unusual case, and it's gotten so much discussion among our staff, that we wanted to cover it. most murder defendants don't even take the stand, let alone sit sistfor 12 days of question. and prosecutors aren't even done yet. arias has changed her story several times, first claiming she wasn't even there, then making up a story about intruders, and now saying it was self-defense. prosecutors grilled arias today about her sex life and her lies, and we want to warn you that the content in this can be graphic at times and inappropriate for younger viewers. for 12 days, accused murderer, jodi arias, has been on the stand, fighting to save her life. >> you keep mentioning truth. i'm not having a problem telling the truth. >> but you are having problems answering my questions, right? >> um, i don't have a problem answering your question if i remember the answer. >> reporter: charged with first-degree murder, she could get the death penalty if found guilty of killing her ex-boyfriend, back in 2008. she was 30 years old. his name
proud of this lighthouse. the cubans offer hospitality to general alexander alejandro o'reilly. he rose through the ranks of the spanish army. the spanish sent alexander o'reilly to cuba to form a militia. he was appointed governor of louisiana and head of the army later on. he arrived in august, 1769, and took formal possession of louisiana for spain. think of new orleans and cuba, in particular havana, governors there were also in cuba so there was all this traveling from one city to another because later when i got my ph.d. from tulaine university and i went to the irish channel. it's interesting, the irish history connected with new orleans. so the o'reilly family has been in louisiana for centuries. in cuba, nobody remembers him but it was the street of calle oreilly, famous until the 50's for its banks and bookstores. it was one of the favorite streets of (inaudible) secretary of the spanish count of fernandino, my grandfather, another irish man feeling at home in havana. there, at the busy corner of calle street and oreilly was a cafe bakery owned by a catelan. it was described b
. there is a professor michelle alexander and aclu attorney and "new jim crow" book and talked about the issues as it relates to drug issues and how that's a civil rights concern and that book has taken off and inspired a lot of people and lead to the human rights commission's hearing that happened and i think as a commission we should definitely as uncomfortable and difficult this topic is we're not shying away from looking at it. we might have a different analysis but it's important to take that time so thank you. >> i want to be careful. our officers in san francisco are diverse. it's one of the most diverse in the country. we have training and occ does a mag 95-cent job looking at that and. >> >> making sure things are race thought ral and you have to be. >> >> careful when you throw things out there and our officers are the best in the business. i was speaking to officer monroe and the guy said -- >> he did that in the context of his work. >> his work. >> i got your back inspector. >> he made that distinction many times. >> right. >> put him out there in a muni uniform to buy them. w
. thank you. >> president fong: thank you. ricardo avalos, brendan blackmon, caroline alexander. michael burke. lindsay grayson. samantha chang. >>: good afternoon members of the commission. my name is ricardo avalos also known as -- a drag peformer. i am in support of the permit for lots of reasons; i am also a performer. i haven't really been part of the community in japantown before i was performing. it is amazing what they are doing. as a gay person and a drag queen, i feel welcome. and contributes to the diversity in japantown. i am also patron, good food. we contributed to a culture of artists, a growing culture of artists surrounding pa'ina lounge. bringing back the artistic soul. i'm privileged to be a part of that and to have built a relationship with pa'ina lounge. on top of the growing culture of artists surrounding the loung and the fillmore district, the performers coming in to pa'ina lounge share the entrepreneurial spirit that the owners have shown be example. we are gone by 10 o'clock. it is bittersweet that we cannot hang around longer. there are places in san franci
alexander. >> reporter: road testing his new economic plan on a day trip to north carolina, president obama toured this auto parts plant near asheville, canadian company expanding its operations here. >> i believe in manufacturing. i think it makes our country stronger. >> reporter: republicans today charged mr. obama's speech last night, rehashed the same old partisan rhetoric. >> another retread of lip service and liberalism. for a democratic president entering his second term, it was simply unequal to the moment. >> reporter: the president used the first state of the union of his second term to lay out an ambitious agenda. >> it is not a bigger government we need, but a smarter government -- >> reporter: with calls to combat climate change through the use of cleaner energy, provide high-quality preschool for every child in america. and raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $9 an hour. the white house says would affect 15 million americans. but it's a move republicans insist would hamper growth. >> at a time when the american people are still asking the question where are the jobs,
. but, of course, this is no ordinary time, and to the white house we go. nbc's peter alexander standing by there. peter, good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening to you. there is bipartisan agreement on one thing, that those sequester cuts will likely go ahead as planned at the end of this week. the white house and congressional republicans have made no progress toward a deal. while there was plenty of talking today, almost all of it was critical of the other side. the latest in the parade of public officials issuing dire warnings, homeland security secretary janet napolitano asked if the cuts would increase the likelihood of a terrorist attack. napolitano went there. >> we're going to do everything we can to minimize that risk but the sequester makes it awfully, awfully tough. >> reporter: back from a ten-day recess, house speaker john boehner. >> if the president was serious, he would sit down with harry reid and begin to address our problems. >> reporter: trying to capitalize on the visit by to washington, the white house released detailed, state by state reports. in california
" with guest host peter alexander starts right now. ♪ >>> did you see the pictures of president obama playing golf with tiger woods this weekend? neither did we. >> the media covering the president was shut out. the press corps complained. >> there are a lot of holes in the story, specifically, 18 of them. but i believe america deserves to know, who drove the cart? who rode shotgun? did the president play from the woman's tee? fol folks, you're just as upset as i am, i can tell. >> so, it may not be getting any love from the press but the president still coming out on top, tiger woods confirming that the president has some game. this is "way too early." we have a lot to discuss on this wednesday, february 20th. >>> live pictures right now from across the globe, this is outside the south african courthouse this morning where a judge will rule whether oscar pistorius will be granted bail. also back here in the states, president obama tries to bury the hatchet with senators marco rubio, john mccain and friends after they accused the white house of shutting them out on immigration. john mccain fa
. >>> way too early with the guest host, peter alexander, starts right now. >>> our president, barack obama took a day off to go play golf in florida. i don't care, what do i care? play golf. played with a guy named tiger woods. this is our president playing golf this weekend. >> what do you think? >> that is your drop program at work. president obama mixing a little r & r, mixing business. good morning, i'm peter alexander, "way too early," glad you're up with us on this tuesday, february 19th. a lot going on, new details coming on even as we speak in south africa, where olympian oscar pistorius is back in court for a bail hearing on the murder of his girlfriend. we'll have more on a live update, even as we speak. >>> and republicans say they're being shut out by the white house on the big issues of the day, among them, gun control and immigration. is it an excuse to pass the blame, on the coalition of the willing? >>> and also, an explanation on the cruise ship, they called it the triumph, hardly a triumph, they returned home after being stranded for five days at sea. but as we just told
with his private life. megan alexander with the story of a cop caught kissing his girlfriend instead of responding to a serious 911 call. >> this cop is too busy making out with his girlfriend to respond to an urgent 911 call about an armed robbery nearby. flush >> on another date, that same cop is enjoying coffee with two other officers. while ignoring an urgent call about a sick child. >> miami police officer is one of six officers authorities say were caught on camera ignoring emergency dispatches. the shocking just released surveillance videos were shot by internal affairs investigators. >> deborah: after the video came to light the officer was fired from the force. >>> when we come back, we'll tell you why this little girl is so excited. >> deborah: the look on this little girl's face says it all but what is it that has her so excited? we'll tell you coming up. >>> closed caption sponsorship for "inside edition" is brought to you by: >>> stay tuned, there's more [ harry umlaut ] here we go. [ sally umlaut ] what? the five stages of muller. ah yes... stage one: suspicion. "it's a
. as peter alexander reports, gun control supporters claim the head of the nra has changed his position. s>> reporter: tomorrow, the president will sit down with law enforcement leaders in minneapolis. among those pressuring lawmakers for change, a gun control group founded by michael bloomberg. with this ad airing today in washington, d.c., featuring wayne laperriere. >> we think it's reasonable to provide background checks for every sale. no loopholes for anyone. >> reporter: while polls show most nra members support that, this morning, la pierre argued against them, claiming it would lead to a universal registry of gun owners and could lead to taxes on guns or guns being confiscated. >> there's going to be law abiding people caught up in a bureaucratic nightmare and abuse in terms of prosecutions and it's all going to affect only the law abiding people. >> too many children. >> reporter: gabrielle giffords's husband argued for tougher rules. >> they should be prosecuted and there should be stiff penalties. >> reporter: meanwhile, the white house's release of this photo saturday showing
what wins and i'll watch that. >>> stay tuned. "way too early" with guest host peter alexander starts right now. ♪ >>> here now is what the vatican is doing. you tell me if this is right or wrong. okay, take a look. >> pope benedict is stepping down. and the roman catholic church needs a new spiritual leader. could it be you? announcing mountain dew's pope to win contest. >> hey mom, i won. >> plus other great prizes. >> that explains a couple of things around this part. good morning to you. i'm peter alexander.
's because it has a new home in norfolk and to tell us moo jessica alexander thanks -- more jessica alexander thanks very much. >> good morning. >> reporter: we are are used to seeing the ship docked but when it leaves it's not coming back. >> that's correct. and i want to thank the city of baltimore for being a great host to the navy's -- one of the navy's hospital ship for the past 25 years. it's getting ready to leave and it will head out to three days for a sea trial period before it heads to norfolk, virginia, the new labor not home port but it's the naval station norfolk. >> reporter: and why is it heading to norfolk? because it's been such a big part of us here in baltimore for a long time. we are used to seeing this ship docked in canton. i understand it makes it easier to respond to places in need more quickly? >> sure. well it puts the ship closer to the ocean. and also closer to the region that it tends to respond. especially in the humanitarian aspect. it puts it closer to the south america central america operating area. it also is the closest locationto where the hospital person
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